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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police Hour exclusively released Shocking footage of Met Police officers coming under attack as they dealt with a routine policing incident in London.

Officers had been dealing with a routine traffic stop on August 4th 2016 when the situation quickly turned violent.

The officers quickly became vulnerable as they were surrounded by a larger group of young lads in Shadwell, Tower hamlets London.

The cops handled the situation very well. It is amazing they weren’t injured during this arrest.

The Met Police  have confirmed that a fight broke out after officers stopped a car in Shadwell Tower Hamlets on Wednesday 3rd August at 5.30pm.

The men argued with the officers and being aggressive and assaulted the officers.
Four men were arrested for offences which includes assault on police, obstruction and Public Order Act offences.

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